Personalized Learning: Future or Fad? A Daylong “Think-Shop” on Nov. 1

Personalized Learning: Future or Fad? A Daylong “Think-Shop” on Nov. 1

The RESC Alliance invites all educators to discover the relevance of personalized learning and how it benefits students.

Join keynote speakers Benjamin Riley and Will Richardson for a “Personalized Learning: Future or Fad?” This daylong “Think-Shop” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven.

Administrators and educators of all levels are encouraged to attend. The conference will challenged participants, as well as start a conversation about how personalized learning fits with school district vision and mission. There will also be breakout sessions and opportunities for attendees to share their own ideas and questions.

The conference is $125 to attend or $500 for teams of five people. Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration cost. To register and learn more, please visit www.aces.org/ct-resc-2017.

For more information, please see this flyer or contact Ellen Dalton at LEARN, edalton@learn.k12.ct.us, or by phone at (860) 434-4800 ext. 344.

The RESC Alliance is comprised of the six Regional Educational Services Centers throughout Connecticut: ACES, C.E.S., CREC, EastConn, EdAdvance, and LEARN. The RESCs are nonprofit, fee-for-service, public education agencies created by the Connecticut legislature more than 50 years ago. They provide cost-effective, cooperative solutions that have saved millions of dollars for Connecticut public schools. RESCs provide schools with services they would otherwise be unable to afford. RESCs operate independently, serving their regional member school districts, and collaboratively as an alliance to procure resources and deliver services. Through the Alliance, access to one RESC means access to the resources at any RESC.  

 

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